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A gentle foray into muddied mists

Thank you for a post which touched me with its wisdom and deep insight. Somewhere you seemed to find a place of rest, independent of feminism or machismo.

And I haven't yet thanked you for a response you offered in a previous post of yours, on Mandela. "On a psychological level, he models the way I want the oppressed parts of me to feel about the oppressive parts of me, which of course I sometimes achieve and sometimes don't".

Thank you for that sentiment.

Thanks for your generous

Thanks for your generous comment.

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Michael Karson, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at the University of Denver.


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